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Future veteran U.S. Navy Aviation Structural Mechanic 3rd Class Donald Taylor inspects a brake line on his tablet. Photo: Dept of Defense

The International Franchise Association released its 2014 Veterans in Franchising progress report for this Veterans Day. After launching its Operation Enduring Opportunity (OEO) program in January 2011, as part of its VetFran Program, the organization set the lofty goal of 80,000 veterans by 2014.


Investigative News

Vantage Hospitality Issues Unprecedented Bill of Rights for Hotel Franchisees

U.S. Franchise Unit Turnover Rate Is 122 Percent

Franchise Hiring Accelerates in Robust June Report

Planet Fitness Association Appoints Jim Coen as Head

Free Speech Wins! Butterfly Fitness Ex-CEO Mark Golob, Lawyer Nikolaus Reed Lose Defamation Suit against Unhappy Franchisee

Butterfly Fitness’ Timetable of Regulatory Troubles in California

Franchise Jobs Grow by 12,050 in February

Marks & Klein Launches Two Franchise Associations

Failed Quiznos Franchisees Drag Maine Economy Down

A Look Back…IFA's 2013 Public Affairs Days

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Headlines from the 'Net

What's Worse? A Visit From the Franchisor's Inspector or the Local Communist Party Apparatchik?

Getting Franchisee and Small Business Concerns Heard in the Political Process

Should Brokers be Franchised?

Buying a Franchise is Riskier than Ever

Dunkin' Donuts Expands to California

NLRB Allowing "Joint-Employer" Claims against McDonald's Raises Eyebrows

California Franchisees Ask for a Better Franchise Law

Why 3 Big-Name Franchises Have Fallen on Hard Times

Don’t Get Blocked by LEGO

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Expert Advice

States Offer Equity Protection, Regardless of “No-Equity Contracts” that Bryant Uses

Tim Bryant Says Franchisees Have No Equity

Why are Franchise Relationship Bills Showing Up in So Many States?

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